The following Conditions are related to Lesions

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  • Child nevus

    A red birthmark known as a child nevus is named for its pigmentation. The cluster of blood vessels near the skin's surface is what gives the skin its red tint. Young toddlers and newborns are the most common demographic for these birthmarks. Child nevus does not usually manifest itself at birth. The mark can also develop in infants as young as a few weeks old. By the time a youngster reaches the age of 10, they us  Read More

  • Histiocytosis x

    Langerhans cell histiocytosis (LCH) is a spectrum of rare disorders characterized by overproduction (proliferation) and accumulation of a specific type of white blood cell (histiocyte) in the various tissues and organs of the body (lesions). The lesions may include certain distinctive Langerhans cells involved in certain immune responses, as well as other white blood cells (e.g.,lymphocytes, monocytes, eosinophils). Associated symptoms and fin  Read More

  • Keratosis palmoplantaris transgradiens of siemens

    Meleda disease is an extremely rare inherited skin disorder characterized by the slowly progressive development of dry, thick patches of skin on the palms of the hands and soles of the feet (palmoplantar hyperkeratosis). Affected skin may be unusually red (erythema) and become abnormally thick and scaly (symmetrical cornification). Affected children may also exhibit various abnormalities of the nails; excessive sweating (hyperhidrosis) associa  Read More

  • Pigmented dermatosis, siemens-bloch type

    Pigmented Dermatosis, Siemens-bloch type, otherwise also termed as Incontinentia Pigmenti (PI) is a rare X-linked dominant genodermatosis condition. It’s more common in males and normally considered lethal pre-birth. Significant loss of hair of the scalp and body (alopecia), dental abnormalities (smaller than usual teeth, lesser teeth), eye issues that can cause vision loss, and linted/pinted fingernails as well as toena  Read More